"Kindinger Berg" resurfacing

On the descent of the Kindinger Berg mountain on the A9, Rädlinger Straßen- und Tiefbau GmbH Selbitz renovated the road to Berlin from August to November this year. The construction project affects a length of seven kilometres between the junctions Altmühltal and Denkendorf.

The section "Kindinger Berg" on the A9 was mostly built in the 1930s and is one of the oldest sections of motorway in the North Bavaria Highway Authority. In milling the separate car lane, Rädlinger employees uncovered the old paving. Due to the "good material" and the upcoming winter months, the Highway Authority decided not to remove the "historic paving covering", but to build reinforced asphalt paving over it.

The construction project was awarded by the Fürth department of the North Bavaria Highway Authority as a complete package, which was implemented in five phases. After the preliminary phase, in which the road workers and public works employees reinforced the hard shoulder and set up temporary connecting routes, they started in main phase 1 with renewal of the carriageway.

This was completed in main phase 2, and the concrete safety barriers were then produced. In the first two main phases, 25,000 tonnes of bulk cargo and 51,000 tonnes of bituminous mix were needed. Rockfall protection work, the upgrading of adjacent forested roads and resurfacing the connecting road from Kemnathen to Irlahüll were in main phase 3 on the plan. Finally, the temporary delay and connecting routes were dismantled, and the emergency call box areas and maintenance exit were restored.


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